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    Construction Fraud
    Newsflash – Faceless Fraudsters Steal Millions in Progress Payments
    BY Jason A. Copley, Zachary D. Sanders

    Wire transfers are quickly replacing paper checks as the most common payment method on construction projects nationwide. Using wire transfers or other electronic payment offers convenience to the payor and nearly instantaneous payment for the ...

    Construction
    Adams v. Hellings Builders, Inc.: PA Superior Court holds that a homebuilder can be liable for representations made in its promotional materials

    In Pennsylvania, it is well-established that a homeowner can assert claims for fraud and violation of Pennsylvania’s consumer protection statute – the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Law (“UTPCPL”) – ...

    Construction Fraud
    New York U.S. Attorney’s Office Expands Inquiry into Fraudulent Billing Practices

    By: Daniella Gordon and Jennifer M. Horn Several top New York construction companies have been served with federal subpoenas seeking information regarding their billing practices in connection with New York public works projects.  Skansa USA ...

    Construction Fraud
    The Check’s In the Mail? In New Jersey, You’d Better Mean It
    BY Robert G. Ruggieri

    Separate but commonly owned or related companies are common place in the construction industry. It is also common for contractors to get squeezed by late or nonpaying owners and/or subcontractors demanding payment for work performed. A recent case ...